The Terence Davies Trilogy (1984)
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Three extraordinary tales charting the life of a homosexual man. The first segment is "Children". We are introduced to Robert Tucker at his school, which for him is a violent enviroment. We find out his home life is not much better. In the second segment, "Madonna and Child", Robert is now a middle aged man. Still living with his now elderly mother and working in an office he has to deal with his longing for love. The final segment, "Death and Transfiguration", sees Robert as an elderly man on his deathbed reflecting his life. The Terence Davies Trilogy is very bleak and depressing, not only due to the subject matter but the B&W photography and the Liverpool surroundings. Yet despite it is an unsung British classic.
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